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Leadership – What Makes a Good Leader in Network Marketing

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SO YOU WANT TO BE A LEADER

Leadership – a necessary skill if you’re to develop a team and have a chance to attain success in the network marketing industry.  A leader must have followers.  And a leader must do certain things to be a good leader.  Are you a leader?  Do you know what’s required  in order to be the type of leader others look up to?

If not, perhaps I can provide some insight.  My mentor, Steve Shook, recently hosted a leadership training event, in which he discussed what he called the 10 Attributes of a Good Leader in Network Marketing.

Ten Attributes of A Network Marketing Leader

  1. Have a goal larger than those you lead. Your downline needs to know you’re planning for the future, and want to bring them success.
  2. Have a greater and more positive attitude that those you are leading.
  3. Accept responsibility, and be willing to admit your mistakes.
  4. Make positive decisions.  Always strive to do the right thing.  (For more on this point, click Make the Right Choice)
  5. Put those you’re leading first.  They will work harder when they realize your goal is their success.  (People don’t care what you know, until they know that you care.)
  6. Lead by example.  Don’t just tell them – work with them and show them.  This sets the right example for your downline.  (Check out the leadership lesson from the dancing guy video at the end of this post.)
  7. Commit to integrity and character.  Yes, character does matter.  Your downline will have confidence in you if they see you doing the right thing.
  8. Strive for excellence in everything.  You may not get there, but you should strive for it, nonetheless.
  9. Improve personal growth and development.  Work as hard on yourself as you do on your career.  Seek knowledge. (An excellent source is Jim Rohn.)
  10.  Must have high level of persistence and determination.  In network marketing, it’s very easy to quit.  Do whatever it takes, for as long as it takes.  In fact, I’m reminded of a quote on a website featuring inspirational quotes that goes like this:

Success is failure turned inside out –

The silver tint of the clouds of doubt,

And you never can tell how close you are,

It may be near when it seems afar,

So stick to the fight when you’re hardest hit –

It’s when things seem worst that YOU MUSTN’T QUIT!

 

First Follower: Leadership Lessons from Dancing Guy

Official transcript at sivers.org — If you’ve learned a lot about leadership and making a movement, then let’s watch a movement happen, start to finish, in under 3 minutes, and dissect some lessons: A leader needs the guts to stand alone and look r…

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Another perspective

2012 January 09 – Leadership Freak – Helping leaders reach higher in 300 words or less

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Successful leaders exhibit these 30 qualities, behaviors, and skills. Which leadership qualities do you find most important. Which qualities/behaviors did we miss. Item one is first because it’s most important. The rest are listed randomly.

BE THE LEADER YOU CAN BE

Leadership can take many forms, but you must provide the right example that will attract others to follow you.  I’m looking for other leaders.  Become the leader in you!  For books on leadership, check out the SUCCESS RESOURCES link at the top of the page.

Jack Koetting

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Resolutions or Goals? Choose Wisely

Do you make resolutions or goals to start a new year?  Are they pretty much the same, or are they different?

People make resolutions – People break resolutions. People make goals – People break …, well maybe not.  The number one resolution each year has to do with weight loss.  But it’s also the one that is forgotten or given up on the fastest.

And for those of us in the home business arena, it’s important to know the difference between resolutions and goals, because choosing to create a goal can move you more toward business success.

Here are some articles that may shed some light for you.

Kenneth J. Kerr

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There is a difference between a resolution and a goal. Millions of people have resolutions, but very few in comparison have goals. Resolutions are often hastily-made preferences, brought about by the reflection we mentioned

Resolution Time – What’s the Difference Between a Goal and a

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Resolution Time – What’s the Difference Between a Goal and a Dream? Dec30 by RealStreet LLC. This slideshow requires JavaScript. by Dave Miller. It’s time for the age old tradition of making your New Year’s resolution. Do you really think

The Power of Goal Setting – How To Write Defined Goals | Patricia J

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Goals are the driving force behind all achievement. The person with defined goals knows exactly what they want out of life and how they wish to receive it.

And now words of wisdom on goal setting from Jim Rohn, one of my favorite business philosophers.

Jim Rohn Setting Goals Part 1

www.AsAManThinketh.net for a Free eBook of one of Jim Rohn’s favorite books. In this video the legendary teacher, trainer and mentor to millions worldwide shares some very simple yet profound steps we can take when setting goals. Part One.

So now you have some insight on the differences between resolutions and goals, and the importance of choosing to set goals that are specific, measurable, attainable, reasonable and timely.  I wish you the best of success in 2012.

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Make the Right Choice – Always.

Sometimes it’s easy, and sometimes it’s not.  Sometimes the right choice is obvious, and sometimes it takes research, discovery, or perhaps study.  And let’s admit it, the possibility of always choosing the right path is probably not going to happen, but as leaders, (whether in business, or anywhere else) we should always strive to make the right choice.

One should always strive to make the right choice.

The right choice strengthens your character and illustrates your integrity.  When you choose to do the right things, it shows those you are leading that “character matters”.  Making your goals and aspirations subordinate to those of others builds trust.

The right choice demonstrates responsibility.  When you realize that you are the one that is ultimately responsible for your own success, you set an example for those that are following you.

The right choice should always be in harmony with our values. Too often in the world today, decisions are made because they just affect others, but the real challenge is to always do the right thing, even when it’s uncomfortable, or negatively affects us personally.

For real leaders, the message is clear.  Make the right choice – always!

A Social Network With a Global Mission

Recently, I was introduced to the somewhat unique networking concept of “gifting”.  Webster defines “gift” as something bestowed voluntarily, and without compensation.  An organization called Connecting Us All, also known as the  Global Giving Network is creating a difference in the world, and I’d like to invite you to take a look and see what we’re about, and perhaps, join us.  This global community of unconditional givers is helping people in close to 200 countries and has over 40 thousand members.  The concept is simple –  developing abundance in ourselves and others, so that we can capitalize on the opportunity to help people worldwide who are in need, whether that be in the form of food, shelter, clothing, prayers, or money.

Connecting Us All and our members are creating a global difference!

Through Connecting Us All, families are being fed, clothed and taken care of, in ways impossible to imagine.  Communities have been strengthened by the generous gifts of our members through one of the three main elements, called the Giving Tree.   If you choose to, making an unconditional gift of just $20, starts you on the Giving Pool path.  However, as you invite others to join in, and expand this effort to eliminate poverty and want in the world, as the Bible says, what you willingly give, will return to you many times over.  This produces a good feeling, as well as feeling good.

The third element of Connecting Us All is the free global social network, which allows you to reach out to people in your own community or across continents.

Now that you know a little bit about Connecting Us All, won’t you consider joining our humanitarian effort?

Click here to visit the Connecting Us All website